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Logan Temple lectures : a series of lectures delivered before the Temple School of Science during the years 1885-6 (1886)

Author: Thatcher, Moses, 1842-1909; Temple School of Science
Subject: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormon Church
Publisher: Logan City, Utah : Utah Journal Company, Publishers
Language: English
Call number: DAP0495
Digitizing sponsor: Brigham Young University
Book contributor: Harold B. Lee Library
Collection: americana
Notes: There is no TOC page. Page numbers skip every other one.

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Theology / James Z. Stewart -- Language and English literature / W.H. Apperley -- History / James A. Leishman -- Political economy / C, W, Nibley -- Science / John E. Carlisle -- Theology II / James z Stewart -- Civil government / Moses Thatcher -- Language and English literature / W.H. Apperley -- History of the Holy Scriptures / James A. Leishman -- Political economy, work and wages / C.W. Nibley -- Science II / John E. Carlisle

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